BOMAR Individual 520.360 GANC


  • 1 way mitre cutting to 60°
  • Material clamped at 90° to the datum vice face, irrespective of mitre angle to be cut
  • Integrated material rollers up to the saw machine's support tables
  • Large, precise V-guide block for the adjustable guide arm
  • Powered swarf brush synchronised to the blade speed
  • Large, easily visible mitre scale readable right from the pivoting console
  • Vice with full-length hydraulic cylinder and special adjustable guide on hardened, ground rails
  • Digital display of exact mitre angle
  • Twin column design, saw bow supported on twin linear bearings
  • Hydraulic downfeed control with automatic cutting control
  • Variable blade speed
  • Feed lengths up to 750 mm with maximum material weight of 2,500 kg
  • Feed movement provided by a hydraulic cylinder regulated by a proportional valve

Bomar Individual 520.360 GANC Technical Details

The vice is guided on hardened, ground rails. The special design allows the slide rails to be readjusted at any time and the vice to be held play-free.

Large tungsten carbide pads fitted to vibration-damping cast material and low-wear rollers guide the blade perfectly for precise and accurate cuts.

Simple. Clear. Easy to use
The control panel on Individual automatic machines is laid out simply and clearly. The backlit display gives status and error messages in plain text.

Full length cylinders
Generously sized full stroke cylinders allow the vice clamping and unclamping operation from the control panel.

Saw band tensioner
Standard equipment includes a hydraulic band tension display, an electronic monitor for saw blade tension and saw band breakage.

Material Support
A non-stop roll conveyer up to the main clamping device allows full support for the materials and little wear.

AFDR (Automatic Down Feed Regulation)
Cutting feed and cutting pressure are set individually at the control panel. The selected cutting pressure is displayed on a gauge.

The ADFR system regulates the cutting pressure and the cutting feed rate automatically in real time. A sensor gives the current load on the blade and regulates the cutting feed according to the shape and cross section of the material. For larger cross cuts, the cutting channel lengthens and the saw band's load increases which activates the ADFR valves to reduce the downfeed rate automatically. If the cutting feed in these ranges is not automatically adjusted, blade life drastically decreases and/or accuracy is lost!

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